New York City-based EisnerAmper LLP has 1,300 employees who work
out of offices in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the
Cayman Islands (where the firm operates an affiliate location to
work with offshore investors). The firm is the product of the
August 2010 merger of Eisner LLP and Amper, Politziner & Mattia
LLP, which created the 15th-largest accountant in the country by
revenue. Today, EisnerAmper is an independent member of PFK
International Limited, one of the 10 largest accounting networks in
EisnerAmper CEO Charly Weinstein (who was previously the
managing partner of Eisner LLP) holds a seat on the board of the
Legal Aid Society and is a member of the AICPA Council. Other
senior Eisner employees are equally as visible-a few have been
quoted in publications such as Bloomberg,
BusinessWeek, and USAToday, and others have
appeared on CNN, CNBC, and Fox Business News.
EisnerAmper's industry groups include public companies;
technology, information, media, entertainment, and sports (which
the firm calls TIMES); financial services; real estate; law firms;
not-for-profit organizations; and health sciences. Past and present
clients include some big names such as the National Football
League's New York Jets, Manhattan-based charity God's Love We
Deliver, private equity superstars Apax Partners, Major League
Soccer, and the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center.
Service lines include a full range of accounting, audit, and tax
solutions, as well as specialized consulting and advisory services.
Asset management is offered through the firm's TAG Eisner arm,
which serves families and wealthy individuals; Eisner Information
Solutions and Eisner Resource Staffing are also separate units that
offer technology services and recruitment services, respectively.
The firm's Eisner Fund Services works with hedge funds, private
equity funds, and family offices.
The firm might be based in New York City, but its work spans the
globe: for many decades the firm has worked with multinational
clients who do business in the U.S., helping them structure,
organize, and manage their business and reporting requirements.
EisnerAmper's cross border practice has evolved into a full
lifecycle operation. The firm provides startup services like
advising on corporate structures; assisting in obtaining U.S.
federal identification numbers; advising on U.S. business practices
and preparing mountains of paperwork; ongoing operations services,
including recordkeeping and reporting, payroll, and training;
advising on U.S. insurance and reporting requirements and staffing;
and tax planning and compliance services, including return
preparation, transfer pricing, tax structure coordination and
advising on the tax implications when foreign nationals work in the